Dirtbag Paul Ryan Says President Trump “A Drag on the Party” – Meaning the Rove-Bush-Cheney-Ryan Party?

November 11, 2022

Paul Ryan was a drag on the Republican Party.

Ryan lied to Republican voters repeatedly and refused to fund the Trump border wall when he had the chance.

Paul Ryan always hated Donald Trump and his voters.

Paul Ryan repeatedly promised to fund the Trump Border Wall.
But at every opportunity he denied the Republican President funds for his border wall.

It was not until President Trump threatened to shut down the government that Speaker Paul Ryan FINALLY pushed legislation that included ONLY $5 BILLION to fund the border wall.

President Trump promised to build a border wall with Mexico at nearly EVERY campaign stop he held in 2015-2016.

The president won the election in an electoral landslide with a promise to build a border wall on the Mexican border.

In January 2017 Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell promised to pass funding of $12-15 billion to build the Trump border wall.

But it was all a lie.

Paul Ryan later told Tucker Carlson he would fund the Trump border wall.

It was all a lie.

On Thursday Paul Ryan lashed out again against President Donald Trump in a coordinated attack with FOX News, Rupert Murdoch, Wall Street Journal, and GOP elites.

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